March 17th, St. Patrick's Day, the day we all become Irish and celebrate with green beer, cabbage with corned beef or a fond Irish Stew. It's the day we all wear green, look for 4 leaf clovers, green leprechauns and the pot of gold. One of the many cultures that make our nation what it is, the Irish worked hard to become Americans. Building our railroads and working the coal mines, like many of our forefathers earned their right to be called American.
The Irish Cultural Museum located in the French Quarter.
May you always have...Walls for the winds; A roof for the rain... beside the fire ...Laughter to cheer you ...Those you love near you...And all your heart might desire. An Irish blessing
Make your plans now to be here next Paddies Day, and celebrate like the Irishmen.
B&B's are a better way to stay, so while visiting Southeastern Louisiana, stay at Woodridge Bed and Breakfast - play hard, sleep well!
Debbi & Tim
Keepers of the Inn and Concierge to your perfect getaway!